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Pedra bruta de jade (Brasil)

Nephrite and Jadeite | View Product Details: Jade (Jadeite) Roughs Natural


RARE Wyoming Pseudomorph Nephrite Jade w/Quartz

Richard Hughes, jade, Burma jade, Hpakan, jadeite mining, nephrite, maw-sit-sit, Burmese jade

Green Natural Nephrite Jade Round Cabochon 42.5 by FenderMinerals,

Tumbled Jade "Extra" (Green Nephrite) - Tumbled Stones- Jade - Healing Crystals

A smoothed piece of nephrite #jade.

Tourmaline from Barra de Salinas, Minas Gerais, Brazil

∆ Jade...Nephrite jade is a t ype of jade which is considered to be good for emotional balance and stability. Nephrite jade is related to the heart chakra and has a beneficial effect on all heart chakra related issues, and all love relationships.Jade of all kinds is a very protective stone and is particularly good protection for children, against illness, and for psychic protection. It has energetic clearing properties, and is useful to keep with other stones.


Pyramid - Green Jade (Nephrite) Pyramids- Jade - Healing Crystals

Nephrite Jade Bowl. This bowl is carved from nephrite. Nephrite crystals typically are fibrous and are interwoven to produce a tough rock. From as early as 1000 B.C. the Chinese were making weapons and ornaments from a green stone they called yu, now known in the West as nephrite. This bowl is 9 cm (3.5 in) tall.

Jadeitite / Jade, the "gemstone" mined from subduction zones, is really two types of metamorphic rock: nephrite and the rarer jadeitite (shown here). Jade is rare because it forms only along faults deep within active subduction zones. Windows have been polished on this sample to show the rock’s true colors.

Spodumene var. Kunzite | Urucum mine, Galileia, Doce valley, Minas Gerais, Brasil

Blue gem! Chalcanthite means Copper Flower in Greek.

Moldavite Large Crystal gem mineral specimen by CoyoteRainbow, $120.00

Amethyst / Mt. Amadzuka, Shiroishi, Miyagi pref., Japan

Quartz on Rhodonite from Peru

Wyoming Jade

Boytroidal Chalcedony. Botryoidal (grape-like) structures manifest internally as "turtle-backing" or sometimes externally as "bubble-top" surfaces.